Mobile Technologies & Learning Outcomes

As a museum educator, I used iPads and smartphones with students working in groups on site which provided them on the go mobile and access to apps and cameras. Scavenger hunt apps were used to support in gallery learning activities and to support learner self discovery. Socrative app was used to pose questions to student groups and to conduct polls in gallery and in classroom. Poll results were displayed on a projector screen or monitor to encourage discussion. Our mobile app was designed to support self discovery, self learning and accessibility.

Revised Bloom's Taxonomy chart
Source: https://inside.trinity.edu/collaborative/collaborative-grants/course-redesign-stipends/course-assessment-and-outcomes

Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy (RBT):

Create: use quizzes and polls to further discussion to encourage learners to create their own point of view. Have learns create their own questions and polls. Have learners create photo journals.

Evaluate: Pose questions to encourage discussion to have learners argue, select, defend

Analyze: use quizzes and polls to create discussion to have learners demonstrate, illustrate, interpret content and concepts.

Apply: use quizzes and polls to create discussion to have learners demonstrate, illustrate, interpret content and concepts, Have students create their own quizzes or polls.

Understand: Use polls to survey opinions and to engage learners by posing pose further discussion

Remember: Use quizzes to pose questions

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About jhounslow

Soccer enthusiast, cyclist, web developer, e-learning professional, educator, husband to a graduate student, and father of four daughters.
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